Though less-reputable ads abound, a Mays Business School professor says the overall impact of advertising can be beneficial, connecting people with the things they want.
Texas A&M experts explain how traumatic experiences impact kids’ behavior and shape their needs in the classroom.
Self-censoring potentially divisive language is critical in modern organizations, researchers say, but the energy costs of demanding personal interactions can make it a "double-edged sword."
Noticing the beauty in everyday moments can help you find more meaning in life, a Texas A&M researcher says.
A Texas A&M researcher explains what a lack of opportunities for young people could mean for the fast-growing region.
The former Aggie football player will bring his perspective as a college and professional athlete to a new class on name, image and likeness at the Fort Worth law school in spring 2023.
From Winston Churchill to Kate Bush, a Texas A&M historian explores the close, complicated relationship between the United States and the country we celebrate our independence from today.
Experts say Russia’s war on Ukrainian agriculture sets the stage for political destabilization and a transformation of global trade patterns.
In response to a request from the committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, professor of communication Jennifer Mercieca provided a written statement on the former president's use of language.
Texas A&M Professor of History Adam Seipp says the landings on the beaches of Nazi-occupied France were a critical moment in World War II – but not in the way many think.